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translocate

(trăns-lō′kāt′, trănz-)
tr.v. translo·cated, translo·cating, translo·cates
1. To cause to change from one place or position to another; displace.
2. To transfer (a chromosomal segment) to a new position; cause to undergo translocation.
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In presumptive females, the contrary process occurs: Primary germ cells translocate from medullary region into cortical region, where they will form oocytes.
Proteins C and NS4B of the flavivirus Kunjin translocate independently into the nucleus.
ONE OF the two tigresses the Madhya Pradesh government had planned to translocate from the Kanha National Park to the Panna Tiger Reserve has been found wounded.
PtdIns 3-kinase is known to translocate from the cytosol to the membrane cytoskeleton in the absence of fibrinogen only after vWf stimulation of platelets, with the ensuing activation of GpIb-V-IX complex, whereas stimulation with agonists such as ADP, epinephrine, or collagen has no such effect (14).
then translocate the animal as directed by the COUNTY.
2006; 8:319-328) reported on the finding that statins cause brain cholesterol to translocate within the plasma membrane, but do not lower brain cholesterol, suggesting that statin effects on cholesterol distribution produces the beneficial effects of the drugs on the brain.
THE UNION ministry of environment and forests has directed the Rajasthan government to urgently translocate two tigers to the Sariska Tiger Reserve.
As the sanctuary nears capacity, it becomes increasingly important to translocate some animals into areas outside the enclosure, and to introduce new woylies to ensure ongoing genetic diversity and population health among the species.
The SS1P molecule is an ingenious example of protein engineering: the native Pseudomonas exotoxin protein consists of three domains: domain I targets cell surface receptors, domain II functions to translocate the molecule across a cell membrane and into the cell interior, and domain III catalyzes irreversible ADP ribosylation and inactivation of elongation factor 2 (EF2).
In KwaZulu- Natal South African travel company and Beyond's Phinda private game incorporated in a groundbreaking deal to translocate six white rhino to Botswana's Okavango Delta.